Ribbon Box Events Blog

January 18, 2011

Word of the Week: Runner

Filed under: Word of the Week — by Ribbon Box Events, LLC @ 9:30 am
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Runner Noun

Officially:

  • A person who runs, especially an athlete

Wedding Wise:

In the most basic terms, an aisle runner is a rug that runs the length of the church aisle (or any other aisle for that matter!). The history behind a runner begins with an old belief that a white aisle runner warded off evil spirits believed to live below the floor. In order to keep the spirits from the bride, a white runner was used to protect her “purity.”

Today, aisle runners are used to keep a bride’s dress from getting dirty.

They are another opportunity for bride’s to customize their wedding and add some high style into the overall decor of the wedding. They are a great statement piece and make for a dramatic entrance for a bridal processional.

Here’s some eyecandy from Customized Wedding Creations. Enjoy!

Tiffany

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